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Brett Kavanaugh’s Neighbors Fed Up With Annoying Left Wing Protesters

Brett Kavanaugh’s Neighbors Fed Up With Annoying Left Wing Protesters

“neighbors claimed that protesters had abused them and their children, using drums and megaphones to chant ‘f— you,’ and ‘f— your children.'”

Left-wing protesters are still demonstrating outside Brett Kavanaugh’s home for some reason, and his neighbors have had it.

At this point, even the protesters know that the Supreme Court isn’t going to reconvene and reverse its decision on Roe v. Wade, so this is an exercise in futility.

All the protesters are doing is turning people against themselves.

FOX News has details on a report that recently appeared in the Washington Post:

Washington Post: Kavanaugh neighbors say protesters are targeting residents, calling them ‘Karens,’ fascists

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s neighbors are fed up with the actions of protesters near their homes as some engaging in pro-choice activism have chosen to personally target residents, rather than heed noise complaints.

In June, Fox News Digital spoke with neighbors who painted a picture of protesters who are loud and intimidating, threatening escalation if they don’t get what they want. Furthermore, neighbors claimed that protesters had abused them and their children, using drums and megaphones to chant “f— you,” and “f— your children.”

A Wednesday piece from The Washington Post shows that little has changed in two months. The paper spoke with eight different sources from the neighborhood. Seven of them voiced frustrations about the protests, citing “jarring language” and rising tensions.

Residents, in some cases, have attempted to confront protesters over their methods but were quickly excoriated.

“They just call us fascists,” Lyric Winik, a resident of the neighborhood, told The Post. “Nothing about this is healthy. We’ve got kids on this street scared to leave their homes.”

Some of the neighbors are reportedly pro-choice but are still sick of the protesters:

These people think they’re civil rights heroes. They are, in fact, pathetic losers.

If these people had any sense, they would be using this energy to lobby like-minded lawmakers to draft legislation, but like said lawmakers, protesting is the only thing they know how to do.


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If these people had any sense, they would be using this energy to lobby like-minded lawmakers to draft legislation

Why? There already is a law on the books the makes this protest a federal crime?

It is obviously just being ignored,,, so what will more laws accomplish?

    ahad haamoratsim in reply to amwick. | July 22, 2022 at 7:39 am

    Try reading it this way: If the anti-Dobbs demonstrators had any sense, they’d focus their energy on getting like minded lawmakers to enact pro-abortion legislation.

      MattMusson in reply to ahad haamoratsim. | July 22, 2022 at 8:25 am

      Given that most States allow abortions up to a certain time period and most states have a mother’s life exemption – I think these protestors should be picketing against Planned Parenthood and Google for tracking and sharing data about women who have abortions.

        Milhouse in reply to MattMusson. | July 24, 2022 at 12:05 am

        All states have an exception to save the mother’s life. Even if a state were not to explicitly have such an exception in the statute, the courts would read it in, because self-defense is a fundamental right.

      Wrong group, this is their beginners Facists group.

      They have more capable soldiers, like lawyers, doing exactly what you are asking.

    Dimsdale in reply to amwick. | July 22, 2022 at 9:01 am

    Maybe it is time for lots, and I mean, LOTS, of reports from the neighbors saying they think they saw guns in the crowd.

    Or a giant, neighborhood paintball competition, with the neighbors hiring mercenary paintballers.

    Where is the legendary crap cannon when you need one?

    Dave in reply to amwick. | July 22, 2022 at 1:10 pm

    AG Garland must be impeached when the GOP takes Congress.

    Milhouse in reply to amwick. | July 22, 2022 at 8:07 pm

    Besides the fact that you missed the point, the federal law is only against picketing in order to influence a judge’s decision. Since this decision has already been made, the protests are obviously not intending to influence it, they’re just expressing their disapproval of it, which is perfectly legal.

    The Maryland law against home picketing is unconstitutional, and therefore can’t be enforced. The Montgomery County law is constitutional, according to the latest supreme court precedent, but the DA has never enforced it against anybody, and has said he doesn’t believe it’s right to enforce it.

      Gosport in reply to Milhouse. | July 23, 2022 at 9:45 pm

      “This” is not a matter of one decision. As you point out, case closed on that one. But that’s not what they are there for.

      The protestors are attempting to influence all of the future decisions of the Justices by showing the potential results of legal decisions which displease them.

        Milhouse in reply to Gosport. | July 24, 2022 at 12:07 am

        First of all, how do you know that’s true? Second, even if you’re convinced it is true, how could you prove it to a jury beyond reasonable doubt? They would simply claim that was not their intention and you could not prove otherwise, so they can’t be convicted and it would be unethical to charge them.

Not sure if this is seen due to my being shadow banned…
Humanity will not go out with a bang.
We will simply fold in the face of soft-spoken wimps.

The Gentle Grizzly | July 22, 2022 at 7:33 am

I note the police have issued warnings about the noise. I didn’t see them following through. Nor, do I.

White I am not anti-abortion I believe the court’s decision to be a sound and good one, based on the Constitution. If I were closer to their homes, I would NOT be demonstrating.

Suppose I decided to protest in front of various Montgomery County school board members homes, mostly peaceful protesting, night and day, in opposition to some policy or another policy that I disagreed with. Do you think that the police would be as accommodating? What are the chances that might be arrested?

Hell, why doesn’t the county simply declare a few streets in those neighborhoods as private, at least temporarily? Post no loitering signs.

The mental defectives and liberal sociopaths who show up for these shenanigans are likely being compensated and comforted for creating their public nuisance.

    Milhouse in reply to NotKennedy. | July 22, 2022 at 8:03 pm

    Yes, actually, they would be just as accommodating. There is no chance that you would be arrested for it, so long as the protest was peaceful and at reasonable hours — as the Kavanaugh protests are. I have not seen any reports that they’re protesting late at night, or that they’re being anything but peaceful.

      Gosport in reply to Milhouse. | July 23, 2022 at 7:26 pm

      The bullhorns they are carrying and using kind of blow the “peaceful” claim away.

        Milhouse in reply to Gosport. | July 24, 2022 at 12:11 am

        First of all, what bullhorns? There is an anonymous claim that they’re using them, but the tweet from DCMedia says they are not. So how do you know they are?

        Second, supposing we can establish that they have used them, how on earth is a bullhorn violent? Who has ever been hurt by a bullhorn? Bullhorns are peaceful and an inherent part of many completely peaceful protests. And it’s legal to use them, provided that it’s at reasonable hours. I’ve seen no claim that there are any protests at unreasonable hours, let alone that they’re using bullhorns at such hours.

Seems like the police (leadership) has taken a political position and won’t enforce the law. I’m not surprised.

    Milhouse in reply to r2468. | July 22, 2022 at 8:04 pm

    It’s not a political position, it’s a constitutional position. The Montgomery County DA says that preventing protests outside people’s homes is of dubious constitutionality and he’s uncomfortable enforcing it. It has never been enforced before, so there’s no selectiveness about it.

I set off fireworks 1 second before or after the allotted hours, I get the cops called on me. I warm up my diesel engine a little too early in the morning I get the cops called on me. Yet, protesters are allowed to just march up and down residential neighborhoods whenever they feel without repercussions.

Notice how these “protestors” are treated differently from the trucker protests. When the truckers were protesting, national electronic surveillance assets were used (these assets are nearly impossible for intel agencies to task because they’re allegedly so busy overseas and can only be tasked by POTUS). An army of FBI agents were sent to harass, surveil, and investigate trucker protestors. Funding sources were choked off for the truckers through government persuasion of private companies. Not so much for violent abortion protestors.

I’ve got a bank of amps and large PA speakers. I’ll loan them out if someone promises to play Toby Keith, George Strait et al. Every other song will need to be “I’m Proud to Be an American”

It will drown out the protesters with the added benefit of driving them away.
What are they going to do, lodge a noise complaint?

    I have a Crate 100 tube amp that will get the job done!

      Goes to 11 I trust?

        When it’s alone, in a closet, in the basement 🙂 I can barely carry it, anymore, and have scaled back to a 15 W Fender all tube rig. Loud enough at 5 watts, to be honest.

        I tried one of those, used about 20 (?) years ago and the only thing that put me off of it was the weight. Instead I bought another – an Ampeg Reverberocket reissue. It’s long gone. All I have now is a Vox Night Train NT15 head and a 12″ cabinet. Sounds like you have a Princeton? By the time I figured out that’s the one I wanted, I was too darn old for it. Likewise the AC15. NT does the job as often as I play EG. It’s acoustic mostly these days.

          Blues Junior or something like that. Not a Princeton, those got very expensive once Clapton mentioned them. I am going to build an all tube amp this coming winter and do some experimenting with various circuit modifications what are well presented on numerous Youtube channels. Wont save any money doing it but will probably a few things that I would like to learn. Over 70 and scaling back on everything except learning.

    gonzotx in reply to Jazzizhep. | July 22, 2022 at 8:45 am

    And water sprinklers

      CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | July 22, 2022 at 9:49 am

      Yeah. A coordinated neighborhood lawn watering might be effective. Then have a series of folks attempt to drive down the residential street a few minutes apart to force the crowd to disburse out of the road.

    If you did this to drown out the protestors, then all the neighbors would be even more upset, Only now they will against you, not the protestors. Not a good idea.

    buck61 in reply to Jazzizhep. | July 22, 2022 at 10:11 am

    The sound of crying babies would push them over the cliff

    Respect! Threatened to use my system against a church 3 doors down that installed a Carillon system in their bell tower and pointed a bull-horn type speaker directly at my house. It rattled the windows and produced a resonance that interfered with my recording project 3 times a way. I never did – but it gave me satisfaction to imagine it.

    Musically speaking, good selections there, but for pure irritation factor, don’t you think old-timey Polka music would be more effective? Dueling accordions? ;^) ;^)

    malclave in reply to Jazzizhep. | July 23, 2022 at 4:00 am

    You need to work Paul Anka (“Having My Baby”) into the playlist.

stevewhitemd | July 22, 2022 at 8:48 am

If I ran the Republican National Committee (well, things WOULD be different, I promise!), I would have a camera crew at these protests. Photographers. A sound team. I’d photo and video these protesters. I’d get their faces in the video. I’d comply with the law, of course, even as the protesters don’t. I’d treat the residents really well, pro-choice and pro-life. My teams would be caring, model citizens.

Then I’d make all that video, photos and soundbites available to all my candidates all around the country. Some would use it, some wouldn’t but I’d have it out there.

I’d do this at all the various protests. Handmaids? I got yer handmaids right here. Antifa? Plenty of B-roll. And so on.

I’m a conservative but I’ve read carefully Mr. Alinsky’s rules. And I’d use them.

If I were the RNC chair, the Pubs would be the ‘Not-Quite-As-Stupid-As-You-Think’ party.

    Barry in reply to stevewhitemd. | July 22, 2022 at 2:08 pm

    And they* would arrest you and put you in jail, no bail, for the next year or more.

    *the government owns the protesters lock, stock, and barrel.

      Milhouse in reply to Barry. | July 24, 2022 at 12:19 am

      Arrest you for what? It’s a public street, you’re entitled to photograph anything you can see. Just like they’re entitled to be there.

        Barry in reply to Milhouse. | July 25, 2022 at 10:58 am

        Don’t be a damn dope. The left arrests people for nothing more than breathing air. And then jails them, no bail, no trial. The damn soviet union wasn’t any worse than what we’ve become.

    Think of the MEMES you could make! GIFS! I’m sure you could turn a nice profit! And I’m sure you’d do a better job of it than those lame potato-head MEMES from Epoch Times (love Epoch, but their MEMES are lame-o).

casualobserver | July 22, 2022 at 8:53 am

At least the neighborhood kids are getting a real-world lesson about the crazy stuff they are likely hearing in school. Protest has its limits and isn’t always noble just because an academic says so.

It’s an opportunity for neighbor kids to set up lemonade stands.

There’s nothing sadder than a kid’s lemonade stand with zero customers for the day.

    Jazzizhep in reply to rhhardin. | July 22, 2022 at 10:38 am

    Nothing is more infuriating than a child’s lemonade stand that has a permit and health department inspection posted.

    DSHornet in reply to rhhardin. | July 22, 2022 at 10:47 am

    With a good helping of a stool softener like polyethylene glycol as an ingredient. That’s the active ingredient in Mira-Lax and isn’t a poison like the ethylene glycol in antifreeze. It’s colorless, odorless, and tasteless. It won’t work immediately like Ex-Lax (which would have an interesting effect of its own) but they would be hard pressed to stay off the toilet the next day.

TheOldZombie | July 22, 2022 at 10:40 am

Didn’t one of his neighbors actually help set up the protests? I bet she’s real popular with the rest of the street now. 🙂

I’d be watering my lawn ALL the time. From just inside my property line.

These “protests” are organized by the state, allowed by the state. The neighbors, for the most part, are fine with it and only complaining now because of the disruption. Were they not inconvenienced they would be just fine with causing havoc in Kav’s neighborhood.

So, the hell with the neighbors. When they get out with mace in unison I’ll believe they’re something other than marxist puppets.

All your water and amplifiers will be destroyed by government enforcers in < 5 minutes. If need be the FBI will be on hand to to either murder you, or place you in leg irons when they haul you off to the DC gulag.

    n.n in reply to Barry. | July 22, 2022 at 3:29 pm

    Abortion in darkness, under a veil of privacy, in a “heroic” gesture, for human rites is murder.

Annoying as in “burden”? h/t Obama

Want to fix it? Live in a gated community with like-minded neighbors – make sure you have no turncoats who will let in ‘visitors’ or write a clause into the codicils that all visitors must be escorted..

Post no-trespassing signs at all the entrances to the property. Then the trespassers can be arrested on sight and prosecuted at will.

A truly blessed homeowners association might even have a setback from the road that can be filled with noise absorbing and view blocking trees and shrubs

    Milwaukee in reply to Gosport. | July 23, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    Really? Like couple in St Louis. They were in a gated community and the protesters destroyed an entrance to get in.

      Gosport in reply to Milwaukee. | July 23, 2022 at 7:49 pm

      If the legal system and a cowardly police force aren’t going to enforce the law then no law-based security precautions are going to work.

      If the St Louis farce isn’t an outlier in our system then we are in deeper trouble than we thought.

        Barry in reply to Gosport. | July 23, 2022 at 11:55 pm

        St Louis is definitely not an outlier. It is the same in every big city (democrats) in the country. They’ll even prosecute a police officer and put him in jail because a suspect died of a drug overdose.

        Nope, not an outlier.

DC Media group does not know how to spell effective.
A media group.
Let it sink in.

Video cameras on the property and No Trespassing signs. Call the police every time a protestor steps on your property.

For added fun, have a sign up supporting Kavanaugh’s right to live in peace. Far enough back that they have to step on the property to get at it.

Break out the leaf blowers and bags of quicklime.

Best approach is to ignore these protesters. They are only doing it for the attention. Why give it to them?

As far as the residents, if I were one of them, I would have a lot of video cameras stationed on my property recording everything all the time, just in case something happens.